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An amateur photographer on the North Coast of New South Wales has captured a series of mesmerising aerial photographs of a natural phenomena at Lake Cakora, Brooms Head.
Tree of life appears as lake drains into the sea
An aerial photograph of Lake Cakora has been shared more than 2,000 times on social media. Amateur photographer Derry Moroney has been taking regular photographs of the lake’s changing shapes for six months. Lake Cakora is intermittently open to the ocean at Brooms Head on the NSW North Coast. Moroney’s recent aerial image has had a huge reaction on social media, with more than 2,200 people sharing the image and over 230 comments. Mr Moroney said he was so amazed by the "spectacular" patterns that emerged that he made a habit of returning to the site each fortnight to photograph its transient forms.
Australian lake's spectacular ‘tree of life’ discovered by drone - BBC News Amateur photographer Derry Moroney stumbled across massive patterns in Lake Cakora, on Australia's New South Wales north coast, while taking aerial photographs with his drone. Derry spoke to BBC News about the changing shapes and colours of the ‘trees’ and what he believes caused them to form. Source: Facebook/BBC
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